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Video Of BT Sport Pundit Nervously Pointing The Finger At Levy
By Harry Hotspur -

The proverb he who sups with the devil should have a long spoon, didn’t arrive in the language by chance.

One of the benefits of ‘being Harry Hotspur’ is that there’s never been a desire to risk find myself vaguely compromised.

Jermaine Jenas’ body language is fascinating throughout this post match chat – the touching of his neckline as he has to wheel out his former chairman for a good kicking is priceless.

You always got the truth from this blog – because this blog was never beholden to anyone. No wonder the bottom feeder sites avoid analysis. How could they look their masters in the eye again?

Where are all those wretched posts clogging the Internet about the wretched Shopping Centre? Who wants to discuss the world-class training facilities with me? That heat you now feel is the shame washing over you.

Good luck.

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25 responses to “Video Of BT Sport Pundit Nervously Pointing The Finger At Levy”

  1. Daveyboi says:

    It’s gonna be ok , you know why ?

    Because tomorrow we’ll get a club statement about what a massive success the NFL opener was.

    Doesn’t that just warm the cockles

  2. DannyG says:

    Respect to Jenas he’s spot on.

  3. Panama Paul says:

    Sorry to interrupt the self -flagellation and angst currently being expressed. I truly wish that I had the definitive answer to put everyone, myself included, at peace with our present predicament. Sorry, I don’t. However, I’m more than happy to point the finger at Levy because he is an obvious target, for perhaps not so obvious reasons.

    As you are aware, Levy signed off on the megalithic homage to the NFL, over-budget and late. So late in fact that he had to go cap in hand to the Premier League for permission to open the new venue in the back-end of the season. Something that was against Premier League rules but necessity had forced Levy’s hand due to the build hemorrhaging cash that needed to be recouped sooner better than later. And the Premier League agreed but at no time has there been any talk of a penalty or fine for this rule breach.

    But suppose there was actually a fine, in the guise of the Wembley rental being doubled from the previous season for each match played there. Could some of our depressing run of results, where we didn’t show up, made uncharacteristic errors or didn’t get decisions in our favour be a form of points deduction, easily between 20 and 30 points for this season, that has effectively scuppered our season before it got going (and that the players are aware of this?).

    The Premier League is a business that promotes its brand – the success of that brand determines how much money it generates because it has competition out there it needs to stay ahead of. Tottenham aren’t fitting the brand right now – the project was a novelty that was tolerated until the CL final (which was unfortunately against another English team) and our grace period is now over. Unless we buy “names” to fill our team, like Liverpool and City do, we are not regarded as enhancing the PL brand, regardless of how good our football might be (which it isn’t at the moment). However, “names” cost money in transfer fees and wages that don’t fit in with ENIC’s business model, so Levy balks at shelling out the amount of money required. Until that changes we will be perennial also-rans. I suspect that it has been kept quiet because no one wants to air their dirty laundry in public and risk brand damage.

    On a side note, could the PL end the farce and just award Liverpool the EPL trophy now. Their “luck” is becoming an embarrassment (or an affront) to genuine football fans.

    (Posted on previous blog – not sure which one is current)

  4. Billy the yid says:

    Jenas is very pro spurs in everything he says. Interesting that Joe Cole says similar type stuff. As for all these people that want mourinho in, good luck with that. He got laughed out of Manchester for his football and his abrasive ways with the players. And couldn’t finish above poch when he didn’t have a home ground ffs. Now if that’s people’s view of progress, I really am finished with it. Just touching on the players, I find it unreal people line up to boot poch, yet these bunch of spineless bastards are barely mentioned. Let’s analyse them. Hugo. Worst 1 min 30 in prem football. Full backs dreadful. Centre half’s nearly as bad. That lad from Denmark whose name I can’t even type anymore. Fuck off. Poison. The rest of the midfield. Cannot pass, tackle, work or score goals. And harry. Just given up. So while poch may well have to go, I hope those lot have a long look at themselves, because they are the people that take to the pitch every week, and are playing like tossers

    • cincyspurs says:

      Well put! JM is not what we should want or need. He comes in and Levy wont spend the money he wants and he will have to make players better. I don’t believe he can do it! His trick is he comes in to big spending teams spends big for two seasons. pisses off the players then gets sacked with the team in shambles. He may win a trophy while there but at what cost? If Poch leaves or is sacked I want someone long term who can build long term success. I don’t care about winning a league cup or minor trophy just to say we won Silverware. We are on the edge of a fine line here in my opinion. We move forward and become a next level spender and success like Liverpool and City. or we fall back and be an Everton with an expensive new stadium and training facility. We need to make sure we move forward for good, not fall back and have to start all over again.

      Wait the bald man behind the curtain will never let us move forward. It will cost him too much money!

  5. Urbane Sturgeon says:

    To be fair to other pundits, Shearer said towards the end of last season that Spurs won’t challenge while using this business model. And when Hoddle suggested that he ‘knew’ Poch had big money available during the summer of no purchases but chose not to bring anyone in because he was happy with who he had, Lineker replied “I’m not so sure”. They all know the score at Tight Wad Lane, and have done for some time.

    Top marks for Jenas.

  6. Lilywhite without the II says:

    I had the same thoughts yesterday when I watched Jenas live, his voice also lowered when he said it….good on him, no xmas card this year mate…

  7. Lilywhite without the II says:

    Some good and interesting reading on the last couple of blogs, jolly good!…
    One point I wanted to pick up on though was I was under the impression Lewis has put ENIC’s remaining shares in a trust fund for the Levy Family….cant remember where I read that or if its true, but that would alter the thoughts of blaming Lewis for Levy’s investment stratagies?

    • Eddie says:

      Levy is the public face of ENIC Lewis likes to live in the shadows.Levy deserves the criticism he is getting because he is just carrying out Lewis’ instructions,that is make me as much money as you can before we are forced to sell.End of.

  8. Is Gascoigne gonna have a crac says:

    Scousers win title in October. What fun. Should and could av been Tottenham.

    • Panama Paul says:

      I wonder what the odds are of Spurs beating Liverpool in the league to throw everyone off the scent? We are so badly out of form the bookies would make a killing.

    • Spurs est1882 says:

      Nah… Would never be us. Liverpool would have had a fit. This season is such a fix up. Liverpool losing = dubious penalty. City starting to catch = do a spurs and lose to a team bang out of form.

      • Is Gascoigne gonna have a crac says:

        Pre determined entertainment inc.

        • Is Gascoigne gonna have a crac says:

          Villa win at Norwich 1-5 yet City lose there……😶

          • Panama Paul says:

            Our loss to Brighton is also likely highly questionable. But is conveniently consistent with our past trend of not performing well after European nights, thereby explaining/ excusing the result.

  9. Tappaspur says:

    Cmon you raiders. Oi. Ref. They’re passing it forward. The raider nation mob are laughing at me😁.

  10. Tappaspur says:

    Haringey boro FC about to be the first non league club to win the FA cup since another Tottenham non league club won it 119 years ago😁. Up the boro. Carpe diem

  11. Tappaspur says:

    Haringey boro FC about to be the first non league club to win the FA cup since another Tottenham non league club won it 119 years ago😁. Up the boro. Carpe diem

  12. Is Gascoigne gonna have a crac says:

    Looks like Arsenal and Chelsea may be good enough to string a couple of wins together. I think the best result will be 8th place avoiding the embarrassing half full bowl of Europa Lge football.

  13. Is Gascoigne gonna have a crac says:

    Jenas has been spotted outside Liverpool St station engulfed in flames….🔥

  14. Molespurs says:

    And so say all of us .

  15. Spurs est1882 says:

    There is nothing wrong with bragging about a world class training facility or stadium… As long as what you do in it is also world class. It’s like selling pound store toys in a South Kensington shop, lovely to brag about location but no one gives a shit because it’s costing more than you can sell. Levy is flogging a service no one wants in a world class venue. I hope someone points this out to Lewis.

  16. Ugo Winker O'Sheriff Loughrey says:

    I feel some solace that I was right all along and have been saying for years – ENIC is the problem